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Updated documentation for building audio and video apps

If you’re building a media app that does audio or video playback, we’ve released comprehensive documentation covering all of the components and best practices needed to #BuildBetterApps.

The new documentation covers:
- The architecture for building a media app
- The role of the media-compat support library
- Getting the most out of MediaSessionCompat
- Building audio apps with MediaBrowserServiceCompat
- Handling lifecycle callbacks for video apps
- Responding to media buttons from wired headsets, Bluetooth devices, and other peripherals
- Handling changes in audio output and audio focus
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Material Components are now public! Developed by a core team of Google engineers and UX designers, Material Components help developers implement the Material Design guidelines across Android, iOS, and the web. Preview, contribute, and collaborate: material.io/components.

Also, check out the updated #MaterialDesign guidelines including new sections on best practices for platform adaptation, app shortcut icons, help and feedback for your users, plus updates to the bi-directionality and accessibility sections: goo.gl/UNkVFT
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Saving Data: Reducing the size of App Updates

Read the blog post: http://android-developers.blogspot.com/2016/12/saving-data-reducing-the-size-of-app-updates-by-65-percent.html

Google play has developed a new method that allows us to reduce app update sizes by 65%. Find out how our new technology called “file-by-file patching” works and see how it saves data for our community of users.
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An Introduction to Icon Animation Techniques

Week #1: wrote 27 icon animations for Android
Week #2: learned how to animate SVGs using SMIL and CSS
Week #3: learned the basics of Adobe After Effects to create cooler and more advanced icon animation effects
Week #4,5,6: learned JavaScript and ported 19 icon animations from Android to SVG to use as inline blog post demos
Week #7: rewrote and polished a bunch of animations, planned out structure of blog post
Week #8: writing, editting, rewriting, deleting, rewriting again, editting, repeat...

Don't think I have ever worked this much on a single blog post before... but I wouldn't have it any other way. Let me know what you think, and don't forget to share! :D

Link: http://www.androiddesignpatterns.com/2016/11/introduction-to-icon-animation-techniques.html
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Slides from my talk on Android Security Features at +Öredev AB today. Really high-level overview of how the platform protects and sandboxes apps and data.

#Android #GDE #TechTalk
Overview of the core platform elements that make up the Android security model for applications.
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This post describes how to implement in Android a mobile location aware app that retrieves the current GPS location and calculate the UV index.
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+Chris Craik did some cool stuff to help RecyclerView performance in the latest Support Library releases. Here's how it works.

https://medium.com/google-developers/recyclerview-prefetch-c2f269075710#.73cvw7jkz
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New Android Wear Developer Preview 4

Today we are launching the fourth developer preview for Android Wear 2.0, including new features in authentication (Google Sign-In and OAuth), in-app billing, and the ability to open Play store listings or URLs on your phone from your Android Wear app.

Many of you have told us that the swipe-to-dismiss gesture in Android Wear 1.0 is a time saver. We agree. Not only has swipe-to-dismiss been reintroduced into this preview, we have also added a new class SwipeDismissFrameLayout to help you implement custom interactions for Views and Fragments.

Lastly, we have made a number of enhancements to WearableNavigationDrawer, WearableRecyclerView and ComplicationData. Let us know what you think and please send us your feedback!

https://goo.gl/8Eqgi2

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Excited to announce Yoga, a cross-platform layout engine that my team has been working on!

Yoga is being used in React Native, Components for Android, Oculus and, soon, Instagram and ComponentKit.
The open-source layout engine allows product engineers to build layouts quickly for multiple platforms.
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In part 4 of this series, Ankur Kotwal presents a tour of the Google Maps API Web Services to help you orchestrate the use of Geo data in your apps.
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Video: Pro RecyclerView by +yiğit boyar​ is now live!
Learn about the overall architecture of RecyclerView, how it works, and how you can get the most of it!
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A better recording of my recent talk Animatable on building beautiful meaningful motion is now available from #droidconUK (slides are animated, which is kinda important for this topic).

Slides available here: j.mp/animatable-slides

#AndroidDev #AndroidDesign
droidcon London 2016 conference cast. Nick Butcher: A deep dive on designing and building animations and transitions to bring beautiful, meaningful motion in...
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